George J. Kircher
December 3, 2009

                        


Life Legacy

KIRCHER, GEORGE J., 90 of Sebring, FL died December 3, 2009 at The Palms of Sebring. He was born in Brooklyn, NY, received his Bachelors from Lehigh University. A W.W. II veteran of the Army Air Corps, ATC. where he was a navigator. In 1947 he married Louise McCarthy Kircher, moving to Geneva, NY. In 1970 he relocated to Miami, FL retiring in 1983 from Miami Dade Water & Sewer moving to Lake Placid. A member of St. Catherine Catholic Church and he and his late wife, Louise were active with ARC. He is survived by his loving family, daughters, Mary Lou and her husband, Paul Carbone, Naples, FL, Nancy Carr, Miami, FL and Barbara Kircher, Sebring; sons and their wives, George (Barbara) Kircher, Sebring, FL, Robert (Nereida) Kircher, Naples, FL, Richard (Linda) Kircher, Geneva, NY, Raymond (Mary) Kircher, Lake Placid, FL and Michael (Wendy) Kircher, Bradenton, FL; twelve grandchildren and one great grandson. A Mass will be celebrated, 10:00 am, Monday, December 7, 2009 at St. Catherine Catholic Church. Memorials are requested to Ridge Area ARC, 120 West College Drive, Avon Park, FL 33825. Condolences may be expressed at www.morrisfuneralchapel.com. MORRIS FUNERAL CHAPEL, Sebring.

Condolences or Life Stories may be expressed in his Guestbook. Morris Funeral Chapel, Sebring, Fl.

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Facts

Death: December 3, 2009
Place of Death: The Palms of Sebring
Organizations: St. Catherine Catholic Church, ARC

Preceded In Death By

Louise McCarthy Kircher, Spouse

       Survived By

Mary Lou (Paul) Carbone, Daughter
Nancy Carr, Daughter
Barbara Kircher, Daughter
George (Barbara) Kircher , Son
Robert (Nereida) Kircher, Son
Richard (Linda) Kircher, Son
Raymond (Mary) Kircher, Son
Michael (Wendy) Kircher, Son
twelve grandchildren
one great grandson

Guest Book

12/07/2009 - Karen Crane Pink

Dear Nancy & Family:
I still remember meeting your Mom and Dad for the first time, at the Sebring Diner. Gracious, funny, real people, nothing short of what I expected having known their daughter Nancy. And who can forget your Dadís reaction to the oil from St. Michaelís Shrine. Who else could make a healing oil second as his own form of Rogaine! There are no words to lighten your pain, yet our thoughts of sympathy are all we have to offer you and your family at this sad sad time in your lives. Nancy, you and your siblings are his legacy, a fine proud and good man who is now at peace and reunited with his beautiful bride in Heaven. May your many memories soften your pain and forever keep both Mom and Dad alive in your hearts. You are always in our prayers. Love Karen & Jack

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12/06/09 - Raymond H. Carr II
My deepest sympathy and condolence to all the Kircher family on the loss of your father.

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12/04/09 - Joan Buzzek
Jay and Barbara, Please accept our condolences for your Dad. I, Joan saw him quite a bit at the Palms.

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12/04/09 - Malcolm Duff Parsons
On behalf of the RiskOne family, our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.

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12/04/09 - Patrick McGrath

Nancy & Family:
I'm sorry to learn of the passing of your dad. I only knew of him from the stories that Nancy would share; clearly a man of great integrity, character and compassion. Truly a man possessed of many gifts, shared so well and so often with others. Nancy, as you and your family move forward, with the memory of your mom who died 5 years practically to the day before your dad, allow the gifts that they bestowed on all of you to be a testament to their greatness.
With a wish for peace in your heart and mind,
Pat

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